Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Dana White Indicates Cyborg/USADA Reports Explain Her Turning Down UFC Title Fights

He’s never been one to hold back, folks!

TMZ Sports recently caught up with Dana White, where the celebrity-gossip website got the UFC President’s unfiltered reaction to the recent Cris Cyborg/USADA reports.

When discussing the fact that USADA notified the Invicta FC Featherweight (145-pound) Champion of a potential Anti-Doping Policy violation on Thursday, the longtime UFC boss brought up her recent surprising call to turn down offers from the UFC to fight in the first-ever UFC Women’s Featherweight (145-pound) Championship bouts.

“First fight she had eight weeks to get ready,” White told TMZ Sports in the interview (see video above). “Second fight she had 11 weeks to get ready and the third fight she just turned down.”

“I thought it was just strange that she was turning down all these fights … not so strange now,” concluded White.

Holly Holm vs. Germaine de Randamie to determine UFC’s first-ever Women’s Featherweight Champion headlines UFC 208 on February 11th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

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